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L Seven

1222 Harrison St, San Francisco, 94103, CA

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L Seven Description
INSPIRED STUDIO, 1, & 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS FOR RENT IN SAN FRANCISCO. UP TO ONE MONTH FREE.
Floor Plans
Layout Size Price
2 bed / 2 bath 986 sqft $4,705
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
L Seven Amenities
Community Level
Wheelchair Accessible
Wireless Internet
Laundry
Broadband Internet Included
Package Receiving
Hardwood
Microwave
Credit Card Payment Available
Resident Activities
Bus Route Accessible
Fitness Center
Storage Space
Refrigerator
Green/Energy Efficient
Parking -- Garage
Electronic/Online Payment Avai
Flooring
Modern Appliances
Some Utilities Paid
Onsite Maintenance
Conference Room
Media Room/TV Lounge
Night Patrol
Window Coverings
Barbeque/Picnic Area
Dishwasher
Free Weights
24-Hour Maintenance
Elevator
Recycling
Cable/Satellite Included
In Unit Laundry
Pet Policy
Cat Friendly
Dog Friendly
User Reviews
 Rated 1.0 / 5 stars by 4 residents
unknown user
November 10, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Poorly Managed”

If you want to smell marijuana 24 hours inside of your unit, here is a place. I reported this several times to leasing office, but they were not willing to help it even though this apartment has no smoking policy. The smell is coming from the fan which is operated 24 hours.

unknown user
November 10, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“poorly managed”

If you want to smell marijuana 24 hours inside of your unit, here is a place. I reported this several times to leasing office, but they were not willing to help it even though this apartment has no smoking policy. The smell is coming from the fan which is operated 24 hours.

unknown user
April 30, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“WARNING: Live here at your own risk”

Moved in July 2017. Overall: extremely expensive rent, no security, high-crime area, poorly insulated apartments, cars/bikes often vandalized, stolen packages, careless tenants. Other reviews seem to agree on this too.

Let's start with the pros since it's a very small list: the building is new, so it is mostly clean. The floor plans are well arranged and depending on your budget, you can have enough space for two people; staff is friendly, but that stops here (if you have an issue, they raise their hand and show you the lease), and cool view of San Francisco from the rootfop.

The list of cons is by far longer:

Poor security for a high crime area: the entire premise has very limited security. Bikes have been vandalized (saw a melted Kryptonite u-lock). Packages are consistently stolen. I've also seen cars being vandalized directly on the premise (including the garage). There are no functional cameras, so whatever happens, you can't even go to the cops.

Apartment is not well insulated from the hallway and the outside. If it's cold, the apartment gets immediately cold. And if you don't have sunlight (which is our case), it tends to be freezing. The heaters are dysfunctional, it takes them hours to warm up the room. Windows aren't soundproof, if someone decides to scream outside, you can hear them just fine.

Rent is abusive. The fee you see on paper is not what you end up paying: they force you to pay for bad) internet plan (you won't have a choice, it's required)

unknown user
April 2, 2018
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Just don’t do it. Live somewhere else!”

Disorganized. Unprofessional. Once they get you in, forget about anyone being very helpful (or actually receiving packages you’re expecting. You might be lucky enough to find it in one of the heaps of packages dumped on the floor of the mailroom before it gets stolen. Let’s just say that like most of what they sell you about this property, their marketed “shop and ship simply” service is a sham.

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Reviews around the Neighborhood
unknown user
Lived here for a few years
pretty good
unknown user
Colorado, Stanford
Excellent vibe near ball park
4th and King. Great location next to caltrain, the ball park, and safeway. Two minutes from 280, perfect for peninsula commuters.
unknown user
Tufts
Beautiful, quiet neighborhood
I love living in this neighborhood. It's clean, quiet and has beautiful views from the top of the hill. Walking home feels like an accomplishment. Downside is there are few restaurants and grocery stores nearby.
unknown user
Harvard
Fantastic Intersection!
Loved living a short distance from the water. Perfect location for Fort Mason's sunday farmer's market, the bar scene on both Polk and in the Marina, and best of all, Loving Cup, the best frozen yogurt in SF.
unknown user
UGA, Stanford
Quiet Neighborhood
Great, chill neighborhood with good restaurants. Easy walk down the hills to both North Beach and the Financial District. Definitely recommend!
unknown user
Princeton
Ashbury Heights
Ashbury Heights is a nice, quiet neighborhood in a convenient location. It's close enough to walk to Cole Valley, the Castro, and the Haight, but it's far enough removed to feel like you're not in the middle of everything. It is on top of a big hill though, so be ready to get some exercise if you're walking a lot in the neighborhood.
unknown user
Berkeley
Everything you ever need within 2 blocks
I miss living here. Amazing food, coffee, and bars within walking distance. Also close to a Walgreens.
unknown user
Princeton
Great area
I loved living here! The JCC is a great place to work out and Ella's is right around the corner. It's also definitely walkable to Fillmore and all of the restaurants there. The downside is that it is close to Lower Pac Heights where things can get a little bit dicey.
review user
UPenn, Zimride
Great place to live
I love the Tenderloin Heights area, or so I've called it. You're just out of the Tenderloin craziness, but it's so close if you want to hit a dive bar or some great ethnic food. It's a short walk to BART, but you're out of the tourist zone of Union Square. And you don't have to walk all the way up to Nob Hill.
review user
Kent State
North Beach
My buddy lives in North Beach and I have stayed with him many times. It is a great diverse town that has a great China Town as well as my favorite Little Italy I have ever been too. Great food, great shops, and no need for a car because the transportation is cheap and fun. My buddy loves it here and it is a great place to land.
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